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4 Recipes make up one amazing collection of Thanksgiving tastes in one sweet quartet, including Prize Winning Pecan Crunch Pumpkin Pie, Thanksgiving Pumpkin Biscuit Pudding, Dulce de Leche Chocolate Pecan Pie and Sticky Toffee Harvest Bread Pudding Cake.  

What's Up, Doc? Your cake reputation! Take some fresh carrots. Introduce them to a multi-grain flour (you blend this one yourself in seconds) and some other good things and you have the freshest carrot cake on the block. This cake is not too sweet (nor fatty) and springs off the fork with a pure flavor. It is wholesome but hey, it’s still….cake. One of the best carrot cakes around - and coincidentally, a healthy one that is simpy delicious.  It is also best served ice-cold for incredible hunks of moist cake.
 

If you enjoyed Cheskie’s Cinnamon or Chocolate Bubka, you will swoon for these. Puffy, yeasted rugulah that taste like New York's Zabar’s whipped them up. So good, so easy, so different. I make these partly with Cinnamon Sugar. Sometimes, I fill pastries with diced up apple pie filling and some raisins for yet another flavor rugulah. Heavenly. Note: no doubt Cheskies Bubka is dairy free and mine includes butter and milk. To make it dairy free, you would have to use water (no milk) and unsalted margarine. But bubka, to me, should be rich, buttery, and flavorful and that means butter, milk and a generous hand with the cinnamon.

A cult classic, adapted from long ago. This is not brownie, not cake, not torte- just a heavenly smooth-as-silk chocolate cake that needs nothing but a fork. It usually goes in under 4 minutes. Use great chocolate – it is the foundation of this cake.

 This is a great and welcoming cake that is great to have on hand for unexpected company. It's as good on day one as it is on day five. It's huge (but you can make two smaller cakes and freeze one) so expect a towering wonder or half the recipe. Up to you....

A standard for the recipe box, a must for the Jewish holidays or just great as an autumn snacking cake. Mixing up the types of apples makes for the most flavorful cake. Try for a medly of tart and sweet.

This cake is a cross between a muffin and a scone. It makes perfect coffee break snack and an superb brunch bread. It freezes well too. When someone calls and says they are dropping by in an hour - this is the one to make.  

Bulk recipe - enough for 5 small aluminum cake pans.

Poached apples nestled in a honey cake batter. Delicious and heartwarming.

A sheet of sweet dough swells to embrace fresh apple slices. This is easy and as good for breakfast as it is for a tea or coffee break.
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